Rid Your Lawn of Chemicals

It's very important to learn more about chemical-free lawns. It affects your family, your pets, and your entire community.

For a variety of reasons it’s important  to learn how your yard can play a role in reducing toxins in our communities.  It is so serious that everyone understands the heavy toll that public health, water quality and the environment can pay for our lawn care choices. What’s most important  is understanding that there are non-toxic lawn care options are for homeowners and every yard can make a difference.

We should be urging other residents, schools and park managers throughout New Jersey to re-examine their lawn care practices. Many schools, towns, and states have banned certain lawn chemicals. You don't have to sacrifice an attractive lawn. We are fortunate to live in a time when safer lawn care alternatives exist that are not only highly effective, but economical over time.

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VietNam Vet January 01, 2013 at 08:49 AM
You can buy organic fertilizers. I will use what I have always used, thank you.


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